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December 24, 2010

Shea Moisture Style Milk and Style Tutorial

Ishea writes:

This is a video tutorial/product review for Shea Moisture's Organic Coconut & Hibiscus Curl & Style Milk. Instead of just giving a normal review of the product I created a video walking through how I use the product from start to finish, as well as how I stretch my curls. It's like a 3 in 1 video... product review/wet twist-out/stretching curls.

As for my hair story, I got my last relaxer in May 09, transitioned and did my big chop in Feb. '10. Getting back to my natural texture has been one of the best decisions I've ever made. I hope to share my video tutorials with your readers and show people not only a great product, but exactly how it works for me!

Happy Holidays!





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Anonymous said...

Love this look! What is your hair type? I want to know if this method for stretching will work on my hair. Thanks.

These Three Kings said...

LOVE it!!I use their product all the time on my hair..how about thats the only ONE I haven't tried! Pretty hair girl!!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful hair!!!!!

KeishaS said...

I left my blow dryer at my sisters house so that I wouldnt be tempted to use it but I do have a hooded dryer, would that suffice to achieve the strecthed look?

CeCe said...

This is amazing! I've been using the Organic Coconut & Hibiscus Curl Enhancing Smoothie which is a bit thicker and good for refreshing/moisturizing dry styles but I definitely wanna try this one for my wet sets. Thanks for the vid!

Cece from LoveBrownSugar

TAB said...

Cute! I love Shea Moisture products too. Thank you for posting the video.

Anonymous said...

Pretty style. I love the Shea Moisture products as well. I am concerned that you may suffer from heat damage since you have a lot of straight ends. Be mindful with the amount of heat that you are putting on your hair.

South Loop Social Light said...

Thanks for the comments everyone!

I'm not exactly sure of what my hair type would be considered. Like most people I have about 3 textures. The front stays pretty straight, the middle is kinkier and the back curls up fairly easy.

Anonymous said...

You are so cute! Love your style...

Anon 7:57
Many people have several different textures throughout their hair. Typically, the front of the hair, sides, and the back area has a finer texture of hair than the middle. Straighter sections of hair does not always mean heat damage.

Anonymous said...

She's adorable! And, I LOVE the style. Since I'm vacationing in Florida, I'm going to definitely pick up some ofthe product from Target.

My hair texture isn't as loose, but I'm definitely going to try. And, I really like the attachment for the dryer. It'll be great to get that as well to take with me when I travel.

Thanks for the vid!

Anonymous said...

Love your hair style. My hair texture is very similar to yours and my curls are a lot looser in the front too. I have always used shea moisture curl enhancing smoothie.. can't wait to try the curl milk. Thanks for a very informative video. Your hair looks great

Allison said...

This is a great video! On my way to Target now to pick up some of this product

Courtney said...

Two days ago I discovered this thread and watched the video. I had been using Shea Moisture's Shea Butter Deep Conditioning Treatment and Miss Jessie's Buttercreme to do dry twist-outs, which I've been doing since I finally cut off my relaxed ends 7 mos ago after transitioning for a year and a half. When I saw this video and your results I went out, same day, and bought this product at target.I did the wet twist out with this product and I LOVE it! My hair feels great, much healthier than the twist outs i did dry with the buttercreme, looks effortless (and it was easy!), and even retained body and looked nice after my gym workout! This product is my new fave, so thanks so much! and it smells good too!

Anonymous said...

Shimagirl
I'm going natural and Its been over a year and I do t want to cut my hair or do the big chop. Did you do yours by choice or did you have to. You wash and go has been the best I seen so far.

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